Disco Biscuits Live at House of Blues on 2002-10-11
- Live concert
- Disco Biscuits
Set II: Jamillia > Save the Robots > Basis for a Day, Little Lai, Triumph > Above the Waves(><) > Triumph (w/Funkytown) > Save the Robots
Encore: Frog Legs > Helicopters
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|Kitchen Mitts >|
|Story of the World|
|House Dog Party Favor|
|Save the Robots >|
|Basis for a Day|
|Above the Waves(><) >|
|Save the Robots|
|Frog Legs >|
- 2005-03-01 11:07:10
- Seagate CTD-8000 > WAV > SHN > shntool > FLAC
- New Orleans, LA
- AKG481 > V2 > SBM1 > DA-P1
- Taped by
- Mark Ruenes
- Transferred by
- Mark Avy/Mike Pederson
- House of Blues
Subject: the Biscuits just play two second sets
they saw Phish in 97 and went Shit, that's the formula.
Subject: oh man...
point being that this is a good, solid 1st set all around. especially noteworthy 1st set moments: the >trooper is HEAT, story is excellent, and HOUSE DOG is the crown jewel, imo.
the funkytown segment in set II was an unexpected bit of fun too; definitely worth the listen.
Subject: Ainât it funny ...
A-Level Jams: Jamillia-->Robots-->Basis
Jamillia evolves into of a steady, slow, persistent riff, then picks up speed. The jam is creative at all speeds, and when itâs hit the right pace, morphs into Robots. Nice. They sustain the momentum through a well-jammed Robots, and on through Basis. Next is Little Lai, and that too becomes an outstanding, complex, instrumentally interwoven jam. Even songs that sometimes get perfunctory treatment, like ATW and Triumph, are originals in this show. Triumph has a great tease - no spoilers here. The Frog Legs - - > Copters encore is beautifully done, too.
Free advice: Skip ahead to Jamilia if youâre listening to this show. Youâre busy, youâve got lots going on, your time is too precious to waste listening to the first set, when the Biscuits offer so much thatâs so superior. Trust me.
Why itâs four stars: This is a five-star second set, that follows a two-star first set. So Iâll round up. If the second set were A+-level jams, Iâd forgive the first set entirely, give this show five stars, and be done with it. But the second set is straight-A-level, not A+. Worth a listen? Yes. But unrivaled among â02 Biscuits shows? No way.
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